The winner of this year's Welsh Music Prize is Xtra Mile’s Future of the Left for their third album, The Plot Against Common Sense.
Twelve albums by Welsh artists were shortlisted for the award, won last year by Gruff Rhys for Hotel Shampoo.
The shortlist was voted on by a jury of Welsh music industry bods, journalists, bloggers and DJs.
Future of the Left, based in Cardiff, were originally a trio formed from the bands mclusky and Jarcrew in 2005. They became a quartet when ex-Million Dead bassist Julia Ruzicka joined.
The Welsh Music Prize was launched in 2011 by BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens and gig promoter John Rostron.
It was created to coincide with the Swn Festival in Cardiff which celebrates music made in Wales or by Welsh people around the world.